WATCH: Cell Phone Video of Texas Shooting Released; Gunman Reportedly Apologized Before He Died
A neighbor of the suspected gunman in yesterday's deadly shooting near Texas A&M University captured parts of the terrifying incident on his cell phone.
The neighbor is Rigo Cisneros, and the video shows two officers coming up to the door and yelling at the suspect, 35-year-old Thomas Caffall, to drop his gun after shots were initially fired at 41-year-old Constable Brian Bachmann, who had been delivering an eviction notice at the residence. You can also hear Cisneros, a trained Army medic who served in Afghanistan, asking cops if he could go and administer aid to the fallen constable. Cisneros first tried to give CPR to Bachmann, but when he found the officer didn't have a pulse, he moved on to the suspect, who was talking and breathing at the scene.
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Cisneros also confirmed that when he was treating the shooter, Caffall "asked me to apologize to the officer." The gunman's mother
reportedly told The Huffington Post that her son had been struggling with his mental health recently.
A 51-year-old civilian was also killed in the shooting, and several others were wounded.